Have you ever thought about creating your own podcast? Learn everything you need to do it, from a radio and podcast professional for more than 15 years, David Mulé. He has carried out and collaborated on different projects for companies and the media such as Cadena SER, Podium Podcast, or Carmila (a subsidiary of Carrefour).

In this course, David will teach you how to create your first podcast from scratch. He will introduce you to podcasting, you will see what you need to create it and will show you the bases to edit it and to spread it on the main platforms.

You will start the course knowing the journey of the journalist and podcaster, David Mulé. He will tell you about his influences and what you will learn in the course.

You will make an introduction to podcasting, seeing what it is for, how it has evolved until today and what is needed to create it.

You will make certain decisions about your podcast such as the theme, what audience to target or what format it will have (duration, structure). You will go on to create a script in which you will give space to improvisation.

You will learn to prepare the recording equipment (it can be with a microphone, although it is recommended with a mixing table), announce and some tricks to soundproof the studio. Then you’ll see how to do basic podcast editing with Adobe Audition.

Once you have created the podcast, you have to share it with the world! To do this, you will know the main hostings, podcasting platforms and social networks where to do it. Finally, David will talk to you about reaching new audiences, monetization methods, and other tips.

You will create, edit and broadcast your own podcast, choosing the name, theme, audience you want to address and the objective to achieve.

To all the people who have a passion for communication and who want to speak to the world: from the fan of the series who wants to share their opinion, to those who have a company that they want to make known.

To develop the practices of the course, you will only need a computer with a built-in microphone, or a USB microphone. If you want to do it more professionally, get a mixer, a dynamic or condenser microphone, and headphones.

Also, you will need a software editing, such as Adobe Audition, although some more basic free such as Audicity will also work.



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